Van Geest Design’s Domus, named after the single-story homes found in ancient Rome, is essentially a solar-electric trimaran that has the space of a catamaran, but with superyacht luxuries. At 130-feet, it features an interior that spans nearly 8,500-square-feet and consists of an interior split between two decks, including six guest cabins as well as two owner’s suites.
Lazzarini Design’s Sovrano superyacht would not look out of place in the next Bond film, especially with its unique Swan-shaped design. Measuring 555-feet in length, this superyacht is touted as the widest in the world, with platforms on either side of the main deck.
Photo credit: Jay Aberdoni via Robb Report
If money is no object, and you’ve always wanted a superyacht with an all-glass library that overlooks the water, then look no further than Posterity. Created by Jay Aberdoni, former designer at Alberto Mancini Yacht Design, it boasts a layout that seemingly flows inside and out seamlessly, eliminating walls while still providing private spaces.
Think of the Asean Lady superyacht as a multi-level luxury apartment that has been plopped down on a boat chassis. It was built by Pride Mega Yachts and built to sail around the world, thanks to its ability to survive a tsunami, like the one that hit Phuket, Thailand in 2004.
Steven Spielberg has just sold his “Seven Seas” superyacht for $151-million USD and it looks to be worth every penny, or at least compared to its competitors. It was originally built by Dutch shipyard Oceanco back in 2010, and measures 282-feet, which is large enough to accommodate up to 20 guests in nine staterooms as well as 28 crew members.